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Homework Help: math correction

Posted by jasmine20 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 8:56pm.

solve for x:
3x - 2y = 6


i need help in solving this:

the possible answers has to be one of these:
A)2y +6 divided by 3
b)3x -6 divided by 2
C) 2 + 2y
D) 2/3y + 6

but how i keep trying and i don't get non of these.

Add 2y to both sides of the equation. That will give you
3x = 2y + 6
Then divide both sides of the new equation by 3 and you will see what x is.

It will be one of the choices.

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